The theory of the novel; new essays. Edited by John Halperin.


New York, Oxford University Press, 1974.

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Subjects Fiction.
Description xi, 396 p. 22 cm.
Contents Halperin, J. The theory of the novel: a critical introduction.--The genre today: Sternberg, M. What is exposition? An essay in temporal delimitation. Martin, R. B. Notes toward a comic fiction. Buchen, I. H. The aesthetics of the supra-novel. Litz, A. W. The genre of Ulysses. Friedman, A. W. The modern multivalent novel: form and function. Schulz, M. F. Characters (contra characterization) in the contemporary novel. Kermode, F. Novel and narrative.--The genre today revisited: fiction and cinematography: Edel, L. Novel and camera. Fiedler, L. A. The death and rebirth of the novel.--Literary realism and the facts of life: Kaminsky, A. R. On literary realism. Levine, G. Realism reconsidered. Loofbourow, J. W. Realism in the Anglo-American novel: the pastoral myth. Mudrick, M. Looking for Kellermann; or, Fiction and the facts of life.--Tone, intention, and point of view: Wright, W. F. Tone in fiction. Heilman, R. B. Two-tone fiction: nineteenth-century types and eighteenth-century problems. Allen, W. Narrative distance, tone, and character. Fogle, R. H. Illusion, point of view, and modern novel-criticism. Krook, D. Intentions and intentions: The problem of intention and Henry James's The turn of the screw.--The Europeans. Halperin, J. Twentieth-century trends in continental novel-theory.--Approaches to fiction: a select descriptive bibliography (p. [389]-392)
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